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03/28/2013

The 'father' of divisive Prop 8 posts *literal* symbol of division

by Jeremy Hooper

Salvatore Cordileone is a major National Organization For Marriage ally who is credited as "the father of Prop 8." Yesterday Cordileone, the current Archbishop of San Francisco, mocked the pro-equality community's successful "go red" social media campaign by posting this image:

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(H/t: Joe.My.God)

Replacing an equal sign with one of division. Who told him this was a good idea?!

I mean, look, if the anti-equality side wants to start owning its obvious fostering of division, then I will be the last one to stand in their way. I just can't for the life of me think of any reason—theological, political, or mortally decent—why an Archbishop would embrace this kind of imagery. I'd think it was a hack if it wasn't so verified.

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